Yogalution on the Bluff hopes to start a “yoga revolution” by making yoga more accessible to all.
Author: Natalie Salajczyk
The Incredibles: More than just a Super Suit
Superheroes are people too.
COVID-19 provided an opportunity for people to find love from afar
Falling in love through a screen allowed my partner to hide his true self.
The summer of Die Antwoord
Captivated by a neon splashed music video, my life’s path was altered by the instinctive self-expression of a little known South African band.
Transgender community comes together to celebrate pride
LGBTQ+ folks carved out a day and safe space for themselves at the event put on by Trans Pride Long Beach.
Catalina Film Festival wows in Downtown Long Beach
Red carpets, panels, movie screenings, and after parties rocked the Scottish Rite Cultural Center during the Catalina Film Festival.
Smorgasport, food options on campus and travel bans
ASI Senate representatives discussed the ongoing clothing drive and the need for student artist support.
8,500 pounds of trash removed during Coastal Cleanup Day 2022
Volunteers arrived on bikes, scooters and skateboards before descending onto the beach for the Coastal Cleanup Day.
Long Beach State graduate school applications up by 59%
Student debt relief acts may be increasing student interest in graduate studies.
Graduate school: CSULB or beyond?
A graduate student shares her thoughts about whether or not to stay at CSULB or choose a new college.